Boards and Committees

The City of Troy has a number of volunteer Boards and Committees to serve our community. Volunteers are appointed by the Mayor & City Council. Committees meet on a monthly, quarterly or as needed basis as noted in the Board/Committee descriptions.

To volunteer for a Board or Committee, complete the application and submit to:

City of Troy

City Clerk's Office

500 West Big Beaver Troy, MI 48084-5285 Email: (

Phone: 248.524.3316

Fax: 248.524.1770

High School students interested in applying for a Board or Committee, complete the Student Rep Application and submit to:

City of Troy

Community Affairs Department

500 West Big Beaver

Troy, MI 48084-5285

Phone: 248.524.1147

Fax: 248.524.3499

Historic District Study Committee

Before establishing, modifying or eliminating any Historic District, City Council shall appoint a Historic District Study Committee. The Committee shall contain a majority of persons who have demonstrated interest in or knowledge of historic preservation, and shall consist of at least one member of the Historic District Commission and shall contain representation from at least one other duly organized local historic preservation organization. The study committee is an ad hoc committee established to consider the establishment, modification or elimination of historic districts in specified areas as determined by City Council and then be dissolved. Duties of the committee are outlined in Chapter 13-Historic Preservation, Section 14. B, of the Troy City Code. City Liaison: Brent Savidant, Planning Director, 248.524.3364. Meetings: As needed at the Troy Historic Village.

Archived years

Last 5 Meetings


February 17, 2012 REGULAR MEETING

March 22, 2011 REGULAR MEETING

March 30, 2010 REGULAR MEETING

February 2, 2010 REGULAR MEETING